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  1. The High End of Low Studioalbum von Marilyn Manson; Veröffent-lichung(en) Mai Label(s) Interscope Records: Format(e) LP, CD. Titel (Anzahl) 15, 16 mit Bonus.
  2. May 26,  · Unkillable Monster (Album Version) [Explicit] From the Album The High End Of Low [Deluxe Edition] [Explicit] May 26, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs.
  3. Jul 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Devour · Marilyn Manson The High End Of Low ℗ Interscope Records Released on: Composer Lyricist: Marilyn Manson.
  4. "Unkillable Monster" is the eleventh track from the release The High End of Low. Its title was revealed on April 16, , in an update on the band's official website.
  5. The High End of Low, an Album by Marilyn Manson. Released on Interscope. Genres: Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Marilyn Manson (vocals, guitar, percussion, producer, photography, art direction, design, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text), Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, bass, keyboards, producer, aka_text music role_id aka_text), Chris .
  6. Remember when everybody was afraid of Marilyn Manson and Eminem?Then it turned out Detroit's white king of rap was a celebrity-obsessed one-liner machine with a pathetic array of mommy issues, and Florida's homegrown Satan went through a bad breakup and released 's weepy (relatively speaking) Eat Me, Drink mondmilksevemengeotroxtunordovora.coinfo, on The High End of Low, Manson is .
  7. The album as a whole is a triumph, with Manson also exploring his more introspective side. The album marks the highly anticipated reunion with longtime friend and foil Twiggy Ramirez, together for the first time in nearly a decade. Produced by Manson, Vrenna and Twiggy, The High End of Low was recorded in his Hollywood Hills studio.
  8. May 20,  · Unkillable Monster: The High End Of Low (Deluxe) Marilyn Manson. $ Eat Me, Drink Me What matters here, as it always does on a Marilyn Manson album, is the overarching concept, and while The Golden Age of Grotesque has some kind of theme, its particulars aren't discernible, but the overall feeling resonates strongly. This /5().

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